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An adobe in the heaven

Nilaya Hermitage

In love with every Guest

‘Nilaya Hermitage’, a discreet gateway to complete rejuvenation of mind and body. Leave your daily life full of hustle and bustle, and come here to get peace of mind in its real meaning. Nilaya offers a refreshing ambience with the rustic themed cottages that act as a background for splendid tropical birds and wake-up calls by peacocks. Stone lined pathways, canopied by majestic trees leading to brick colored cottages built in the style inspired by Arabian nights and Moorish architecture take you to altogether different state of mind. Nilaya offers number of activities for you to choose from and to get indulged in. On the top of it we serve wide range of delicious food that satisfies your taste buds. Our polite and professional staff is always ready to assist you in whatever you plan to do.

Our Stay

Nilaya has 11 guest rooms and 2 beautifully designed tents, each of these uniquely designed and named after elements of nature . All rooms have Terrazzo flooring which is a subtle mixture of marble powder, natural pigments and marble chips. The king -size beds measure 8×7 feet and the size of the room is an average of minimum 600 square ft.( some suites are much bigger).The decorative elements as well as the furniture are all individually handpicked by the owners and are mostly of Indian origin (lots of unique antique pieces).Bathrooms are large but do not have tubs, with shower only. Most have a natural opening giving you a sense of Nature. All rooms are individually air-conditioned with super silent split units that can be remote controlled individually. Fresh bed-sheets and crisp bathrobes as well as towels every day. Turn-down service in the evenings. Complimentary bottled water, fresh fruit and fresh flowers are placed daily in the rooms.

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In addition our staff will assist you to arrange picnics in and around Goa.

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